Learn about the reading sequence
Have you ever wondered if there is an order you should be following for teaching reading? Learn more about pre-reading skills, CVC words, learn to read at home
Free Executive Functioning Poster
FREE Executive Functioning poster to help explain ten critical EF skills: planning, organization, time management, task initiation, working memory, metacognition, self-control, attention, flexibility, and perseverance.
The Orton-Gillingham Approach to Reading and Spelling + free E-book!
Discover the 7 key features and benefits of the Orton-Gillingham approach for teaching reading and spelling and download our free e-book.
7 Chrome Tools for Kids With Reading Issues
If your child has reading issues and uses Chrome, there are several tools that can help. Learn about these six apps and extensions.
Educational Materials | Dyslexia Help | Good Sensory Learning
Good Sensory Learning offers a large selection of dyslexia remedial reading tools that decoding, visualization, comprehension, language processing and automatic naming.
5 Steps You Should Take to Help Your Dyslexic Child Thrive - The Literacy Nest
(This post contains affiliate links.) Hello everyone! As a teacher working with children with dyslexia, I grow a special bond with each child I work with as the years pass. It’s a unique relationship when you use the Orton-Gillingham approach. I learn a great deal about each child through the teacher lens, but it’s […]
How To Find A Starting Point Using The Orton-Gillingham Approach - The Literacy Nest
How do you find a starting point when starting Orton-Gillingham lessons with a new student? Read about the asssessment process to get you started!
Students with ADHD are successful in the general education classroom with a few accommodations. Read on for seven accommodations for students with ADHD.
Household Hacks For Orton-Gillingham Lessons - The Literacy Nest
Household hacks for teachers who use Orton-Gillingham lessons. The Literacy Nest #ortongillingham #householdhacks
Best Apps for Students With Dyslexia | Homeschooling with Dyslexia
As our dyslexic kids enter the middle school years I begin to add the use of assistive technology to their homeschool goals. One way we do this is through apps. The best apps for students with dyslexia are listed here.
What Every Child With Dyslexia Needs | Homeschooling with Dyslexia
We all only have so much time, right? Here's what you need to focus on with your kids with dyslexia.
How Reading Changes the Brain
What does reading do to your brain? Use this graphic to learn how reading affects the brain—and how dyslexia and intensive reading instruction affect the brains of struggling readers.
Games for the Orton-Gillingham Tutor
Here are some really fun and engaging games that any Orton-Gillingham tutor can use during the O-G sessions to keep the lessons motivating.